A Preview for the Class of 2022

We recently held admitted students events on both of our campuses, and we loved welcoming prospective members of the class of 2022 to campus! We welcomed just under 250 students and family members to Annapolis and Santa Fe over the course of our April events. Students who participated hailed from 26 US States, Canada, Mexico,…

The 2018 Annapolis Cup

On April 14th, we celebrated our 36th annual Croquet Match (The Annapolis Cup) against the Naval Academy! We had idyllic spring weather over here in Annapolis, complete with flowers, sunshine, and green grass. Over 5,000 people bought tickets for the event, and our tiny campus which is normally home to just a couple hundred college…

World Book Day and the St. John’s College Book Awards 2018!

The first of the 2018 St. John’s College Book Awards will be presented today to two students at a local high school in Santa Fe, New Mexico.¬† Teachers and counselors are invited to nominate an outstanding high school junior. We are looking for that student who loves to read, who always has one more question,…

Happy Earth Day!

  Pictured: President Kanelos and some of our trusty staff (including admissions’ own Brittany Kemmer!) stop for a picture while participating in our living shoreline cleanup of College Creek. Happy Earth Day from St. John’s College! In Santa Fe and Annapolis, we’re happy to call two great corners of our planet home–and we want to…

Crab Crawl 2018

This past Thursday, we had the opportunity to host 49 High School College Counselors from across the United States (and Puerto Rico!) for the annual Crab Crawl College Tour. These counselors were visiting from California, Utah, Oklahoma, Texas, Wisconsin, Ohio, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and beyond! Over the course of one…

An Open Discussion

During last weekend’s admitted student’s event in Annapolis, students and families that attended the overnight or arrived on Friday were treated to a Friday Night Lecture, delivered by our own Daniel Harrell. Mr. Harrell, who received his PhD from Emory University, is in his twentieth year on the faculty at St. John’s College. As it…

Speak About It

Yesterday, we hosted a performance by Speak About It, a theater group focused on performances about consent, boundaries and healthy relationships. Although this performance was targeted to our undergraduates, everyone in the campus community was invited to attend. In our Student Activities Center, they performed for a terrific turnout of students, faculty, and staff. This…